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Brother lc900 paper jam

I have a brother LC900 printer it keeps saying i have a paper jam but there is no paer visable i have all over the machine any suggestions

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The problem is with roller.

Posted on Jan 11, 2009

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your welcome to contact us if no techs are in the area.
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